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Chile and Latin American affairs

EDITORIAL 2017-2018

The geopolitics of the north with the Brexit referendum and "America First" precepts under Trump's presidency provides Latin America in general and Chile in particular with opportunities to foster greater integration in the region and strive to hit the Asia-Pacific commercial area. 

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Global Affairs


Political scientist Ian Bremmer was convinced Brexit would be bad for England's economy and would potentially pose a threat to the survival of the EU. What began as a good strategy on the part of the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron to break an advantageous deal to remain in the bloc provided the basis for a polarized debate on whether or not break ties with Europe

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Top 5 drivers

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  • A 25 year cycle

    A 25 year cycle

    With the demise of Pinochet’s rule in 1989, the Concertación de Partidos por la Democracia started a 25-year-political cycle marked by stability and growth.

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  • Economic resilience

    Economic resilience

    Bloomberg estimates that Chile has a 5% chance to be hit by recession as China continues slowdown. Thanks to prudent macroeconomics policies, Standard & Poor’s have again confirmed AA+ on financial resilience in Chile.

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  • Social Change

    Social Change

    By the end of 2015, however, Bachelet’s NM government acknowledged the end of the commodities boom and the necessity to readapt the government’s priorities. There were 2 choices only: either maintain the path of progress seen in Chile for the last 25 years or “go south” by falling into the trap of populist decisions.

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  • Blind justice

    Blind justice

    One direct benefit from the apparent attrition in the political class and entrepreneurial elite, was the establishment of an Ethical Commission made up of experts and leaders from the academia to set high standards and design new legislation to rule party elections, campaign financing, new “comers” (new parties from the public sphere) and a limit to re-election of MP’s.

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  • Productivity


    WEF’s country report 2015 / 2016 puts Chile on the 35th position in the competitiveness ranking worldwide (140 countries). Even though Chile is 2 positions below in the ranking compared to 2014, Chile still leads in the Latin American region.

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